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Reviews and pictures of actress Martine Audó naked in "De mica en mica s'omple la pica" and "El anacoreta".
Beautiful, charming, slim, full-breasted - but somehow Martine's career didn't go anywhere.
# El anacoreta (Juan Estelrich, Spain, 1977) (featuring Martine Audó as Arabel Lee) ✭ ✭ ✭ ✭ ✭
with Isabel Mestres, Fernando Fernán Gómez, José María Mompín, Charo Soriano, Claude Dauphin, Maribel Ayuso, Eduardo Calvo, Ángel Álvarez, Ricardo G. Lilló and Luis Ciges
Comedy starring Spain's answer to Michel Piccoli as a man who locks himself away hermit-like in his bathroom for the rest of his life. With nothing but hangers-on and a constant stream of visitors to keep him company. Oh and a housekeeper too. And mustn't forget a char lady to swab down the fittings. He's even got internet - or at least a shelf of encyclopaedias so he can look things up if he wants.
As if to emphasise the very un-hermit-like nature of his existence, one day Martine turns up on his doorstep (no not doorstep, have to say 'threshold' or something). She's some sort of film star; glamorous and seductive at any rate. What happens next is pretty much what you'd expect to happen in a bathroom to a middle-aged man at the hands of a glamorous and seductive starlet who fancies him rotten, hampered only by a couple of jealous domestics. There are five clips, there's no point in giving blow-by-blow accounts, though I'll mention the final love scene has been brightened - it really was very dark.
# De mica en mica s'omple la pica (Carlos Benpar, Spain, 1984) (featuring Martine Audó as Julia) ✭ ✭ ✭ ✭ ✭
with Verónica Miriel, Pedro Gian, Francisco Piquer, Marta Padovan, Conrado San Martín, Gabriel Agustí, Alfred Lucchetti, Luis García Berlanga, Mir Ferry and José Gras
An elegant small-scale Spanish road movie about money and politics. Martine makes for an enigmatic heroine but sometimes she can be very direct, as no doubt you'll have noticed already from the screencaps. Mostly she 'power-dresses' (blame it on the 'eighties, a horrible time, definite worst decade ever until the 'nineties), but lets her hair hang lankly and skimps on her make-up. With such a naturally beautiful woman this rather dowdy combination only serves to highlight her assets. It's hard to believe this actress only made two films.
The first clip sees Martine in the bathroom again (cf. The Anchorite). Notice how our 'getting none' hero is reduced to the sad sad condition of testing if frosted glass is still frosted even when you press your eyeball directly against it (don't be that guy folks). The second clip is if possible even more direct. It's the climax of the film, and I'm afraid I don't know what our man said to work the magic in the meantime - the language isn't even Spanish, it's Catalan. But still, I'm not sure I entirely trust the look on this lady's face...
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